Water in the drop

Haube, Rick
April 2006
CED;Apr2006, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p72
Trade Publication
The article presents tips on how to prevent or control the migration of moisture on cable plant. When moisture mixes with radio frequency energy, it could result to signal degradation, customer service complaints and cancellation of service. Moisture could enter the cable through the F-connector. Port seals are recommended to prevent the migration of moisture to the cable. Matching the right connector to the corresponding braid is also important.


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